It’s a much more common yet complex dilemma than it might appear at first. I’ll leave it up to you to come up with a convincing example, and let’s just go with – I am right – on this one. But besides the obvious belly button issue, the one I am concern with is a matter of inspiration. Do you reach in? Reach out? And where does it go when it’s not here? I can imagine it being a communal property, similar to the ZipCar model, but a lot less reliable, no insurance, and you buy your own gas. That would explain why there isn’t enough for all of us. But even so, could one farm and pickle it away for the rainy day when fresh stuff is not as available. And would a plastic bag with a label on it – with, potentially, a strict warning or an explicit threat –be enough for it to survive through lunch?.. I wonder sometimes, if I were to sit down under the tree — assuming the type of a tree makes a difference – could I come up with a better packaging for light bulbs or learn the meaning of all suffering as orange? What I am tryig to say is that, I don’t have it. But luckily, Puff’n'sip is on!
Today’s, September 1, 2010 Puff’n'sip will venture @
5:11 PM to Sapphire, 475 Sacramento (@ Battery)
and trott over @
7:03 PM to Cigar Bar and Grill, 850 Montgomery (@ Jackson).